Eosinophilic abscess

A collection of eosinophils inside tissue is called an eosinophilic abscess. Eosinophilic abscesses are often seen in areas of infection, especially infections caused by fungi or parasites. If the collection is large enough, it can form a sticky substance called pus. An eosinophilic microabscess is a small group of eosinophils inside tissue. Microabscesses can only …
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An abscess is a large collection of immune cells that form inside tissue. Most abscesses are made up of specialized immune cells called neutrophils although other types of immune cells including lymphocytes and eosinophils can also be seen in smaller abscesses. Pus is a term used to describe the soft material found on the inside …
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